Adoption and creation

It is truly much easier to adopt a son than it is to adopt a father.  If we do not know enough to adopt creation as father creation, thus we can adopt creation as son creation no matter how little our knowledge of creation may be.

Because in truth, creation is everything about adoption!  Because in truth, even though a son is born and born alive, that birth does not make a man father of that son until that man knows that son born as son of that man and that knowledge in that very instant not only has made that man father but also that knowledge in that very instant toward the son has made or has confirmed or truly has adopted that son as son.

In other words, when the man knew or confirmed the son as his son, truly the son was adopted by that man as son of that man and that man by knowing or confirming or adopting that son as son of that man thus that man became father.  In that very instant, both truly were reborn by adoption!

But a father as the same as a son cannot remain with the arms crossed because by the father truly becoming a father, the father truly has become for much more as the same as the son has truly become for much more.  And while the father truly makes for father for father become and does more than a simple man, the son also does for son for son become and for son grow.  And once that son has grown, that son will be the very will of the father if for the very will of the father that son has done.  That is to say, if that son has done the will of the father thus that son will be beloved of the father as also the father truly will be beloved of that son beloved of the father.

Thus, because of the son truly doing the will of the father that son truly has adopted his father as his father beloved and because of that adoption of the son toward his father as father beloved, the son also will be adopted as son beloved of the father.  And when the father beloved recognizes or reconfirms or once again adopts his son as son beloved of the father beloved of the son beloved of the father beloved, both truly again will be reborn and the will of one truly will be the will of the other.

But a father beloved of the son as the same as a beloved son of the father cannot remain with the arms crossed because of the father becoming for father beloved, the father beloved truly has become for much more than father as the same as the son truly has become for much more than son.  And while the father beloved truly does for father beloved for father beloved truly become and truly does more than a simple father, the son also does for son beloved for son beloved become and for son beloved be reformed or reborn.  And once that son beloved has being reborn, that son beloved truly will be the dwelling of the father beloved if for the dwelling beloved of the father beloved that son beloved truly has done for.

That is to say, if that son beloved truly has done to be the dwelling beloved of the father beloved thus that son beloved will truly be the dwelling beloved of the father beloved as also the father beloved will truly be the dwelling of that son beloved.

Thus, because of that son beloved truly becoming the dwelling beloved of the father thus that son beloved truly has adopted his father beloved as the dwelling of the son beloved and because of that adoption of the son beloved toward his father beloved as dwelling beloved, the son beloved will also be adopted as the dwelling beloved of the father beloved.  And when the father beloved truly recognizes or reconfirms or once again adopts his son beloved as the dwelling beloved of the father beloved, both truly will be reborn as one and the dwelling of one will be the dwelling of the other.

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